On this episode, host, Vicki Lins explores the role of a television critic during times of disruption and summarizes the best of the 2019 Television Critics Tour with Daniel Fienberg, TV Critic, THR and President of the TCA.
From binge-worthy breakout hits to digital shorts consumed in minutes; current, new and emerging players are pushing the envelope to create a successful model with cultural influence and impact. In this conversation, Dan shares his thoughts, themes, and ideas for what’s next in television.
Kevin Beggs, Chairman, Lionsgate Television Group: The Upside to Disruption
Reimagining the Viewer Experience
Innovation is a Team Sport
The Peak TV Bubble, Viewer Nostalgia and the Cost of COVID
Matthew Ball Part 2: The Waves of Competition in Media
Matthew Ball Part 1: The Waves of Competition in Media
Pluto TV's CEO on Linear Success in the Age of Streaming
How Discovery is Positioning for Longterm Growth with the Next Generation of Fans
Fuse Engages Millennial and Gen Z to Flatten the Curve with 'Be Change' Marketing Campaign
Special Episode: Managing Connectivity In A Touchless World
Jonny Keeling: In Chaotic Times, Come Back to Earth
Katherine Pope: How Charter is Positioning Spectrum Originals as the Premium Destination for Subscribers
Balancing relevancy and integrity within the framework of creating compelling, captivating and entertaining content
What’s Driving The Success of Unscripted Programming
Content remains king but multiple consumer touchpoints are the keys to the kingdom
Amid myriad television, radio, social and digital news options, Americans still turn to C-SPAN
Mark Dzuban, president & CEO, SCTE: Technology + Marketing = Impactful Consumer Experiences
Surviving R. Kelly EP's: Joel Karsberg, Founder & CEO and Jesse Daniels, VP, Development, Kreativ, Inc.
Dan Fienberg, Chief TV Critic, The Hollywood Reporter
Jennifer Koester: How brands are using advertising to complement the viewing experience
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